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The ADAA is a professional organization for dental assistants. It celebrates its 97th year in 2022. President Mary Beth Sjoka identifies its mission as advancing the careers of dental assistants and advocating for the dental assisting profession in matters of education, professional activities, credentialing, and legislation. To promote the ideals and growth of the Association which aid in the accessibility and delivery of quality oral health care to the public. Dental Assistants perform highly technical skilled work under the supervision of dentists in a wide variety of tasks in the dental office, ranging from patient care to administrative duties to laboratory functions.

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Public Statement on Medicare Coverage of Medically Necessary Oral and Dental Health Therapies

Article Provided by Pacific Dental Services

The Consortium for Medically Necessary Oral Health Coverage is pleased to commend the Biden Administration for finalizing regulatory policy that will have a direct and meaningful impact on the lives of many Medicare beneficiaries. With this action, the Medicare program is taking an important step toward much-needed coverage of medically necessary oral and dental care.

Public Statement on Medicare Coverage of Medically Necessary Oral and Dental Health Therapies

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November 2022

A review of the comparative financial statements.

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 December 2022 
December 10, 2022
8:30AM - 12:30PM PDT

Diablo Dental Assistants Society

Education Extravaganza Live CEU


December 15, 2022
7:00PM - 8:00PM EDT

Enhancing Patient Education Using Digital Technology

Anna Nelson Webinar


Join us as we explore how utilizing digital technology can make a difference in your patient's education interactions and bring a higher level of self-awareness to their dental treatment needs.